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Born: February 1, 1965 Cause of Death:
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1987:
Acted in a "A Table at Ciro's", one of three "Tales From the Hollywood Hills" which aired on PBS' "Great Performances"
1995:
Played titular living legend in NBC miniseries, "Liz: The Elizabeth Taylor Story"
1990:
Posed nude in <i>Playboy</i>
1998:
Reteamed with Piven as a temptress to his "Cupid" in a guest role on the short-lived ABC series
1998:
Returned to series TV as star of the Showtime comedy "Rude Awakening", playing a washed-up primetime soap opera star who has joined a 12-step program to deal with her alcoholism
1998:
Starred as a woman straddling simultaneous existences in ABC movie "Nightmare Street"
1990:
Starred in TV series, "Twin Peaks" (ABC), co-created and con-executive produced by David Lynch; earned Emmy nomination as Supporting Actress in a Drama Series as the sexpot Audrey Horne; also acted in Lynch's feature "Wild at Heart" as the woman who's just been mortally wounded in a car crash, living the last three minutes of her life
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Worked as Playboy bunny at Century City (L.A.) Playboy Club
1991:
Acted opposite Mark Harmon's "Dillinger"
1988:
First major film, "Two Moon Junction"
1997:
Gave a whimsical, likable performance as an actress-film buff opposite Jeremy Piven's film buff-Hollywood tour guide-writer in the slight "Just Write"
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Grew up in Grosse Point, Michigan
1997:
Part of the winning cast of the quirky, biting romantic comedy "Lovelife"
1992:
Played a small-town stripper in "Ruby"; also credited as song performer on "Blues in the Night" and "It Had to be You"
1984:
Feature acting debut, "The Wild Life"
1982:
Moved to Beverly Hills with mother at age 17 (date approximate)
1996:
Offered interesting, melancholy turn as Craig Sheffer's sister Kitt Bradley (of the extravagently rich Bradleys) in CBS miniseries, "A Season in Purgatory"
1993:
Portrayed lesbian who goes straight in "Three of Hearts"
1984:
TV acting debut, "Silence of the Heart" (CBS)
1993:
After Kim Basinger dropped out of project, assumed title role in the controversial "Boxing Helena", about a woman who becomes the object of obsession of a surgeon; directed by Jennifer Lynch, daughter of "Twin Peaks" director David Lynch
1986:
Appeared in action picture, "The Wraith", notable for its preponderance of Hollywood siblings and children like Charlie Sheen, Nick Cassavetes, Randy Quaid, Griffin O'Neal and Clint Howard
1992:
Cast as the flirtatious wife of Casey Siemaszko's Curley who pushes John Malkovich's Lennie over the edge in Gary Sinise's remake of "Of Mice and Men"
1992:
Offered an excellent performance as the intended victim of Forest Whitaker in Roy London's "Diary of a Hitman"
2004:
Starred in "The United States of Leland"

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